Posts Tagged “compensation”

Chart of the Day: Bank CEO Pay Remains Below Pre-Crisis Levels

by Wall Street Job Report on April 11, 2014

Few would confuse Wall Street chief executives for starving artists, but their compensation packages still remain well below pre-crisis levels. As the WSJ chart above shows, most of the CEOs at the nation’s biggest banks received pay raises in 2013. Goldman (…)

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Wells Fargo CEO among 2013′s top-paid bankers

by Wall Street Job Report on March 20, 2014

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf didn’t have the pay gains rival banking CEOs enjoyed last year, but he still out-earned them. Stumpf’s 2013 compensation, valued at $19.3 million, was virtually unchanged from 2012, the company said Tuesday in its annual (…)

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Goldman Sachs CEO Takes Back Title as Best Paid Bank Executive

by Wall Street Job Report on March 20, 2014

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is back at the top of the chart of best paid U.S. bank executive. Blankfein’s salary and bonus of $23 million was enough to push past Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf and JP Morgan’s Jamie Dimon. It’s the (…)

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HSBC hands allowances to hundreds of bankers to avoid EU bonus cap

by Wall Street Job Report on February 24, 2014

Britain’s biggest bank, HSBC, has inflamed the row over City pay by awarding allowances to hundreds of its top staff, enabling them to avoid the EU bonus cap. HSBC is the first UK bank to reveal how it will side-step the (…)

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KKR founders made more than $160 million each in 2013

by Wall Street Job Report on February 24, 2014

(Reuters) – KKR & Co LP’s (KKR.N) founders Henry Kravis and George Roberts received $161.4 million and $165.5 million respectively in cash dividends and executive pay in 2013, over 17 percent more than they got in 2012, a regulatory filing showed on (…)

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